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Seasonal Project Assistant

This is a project based role for an independent contractor. The exact hours will be
determined based on the scope of the project. You will be guaranteed a minimum number of hours,
and will be paid for each additional hour worked up to the maximum number of hours. If you are
interested, but are not able to work the full hours, please apply anyways. We are able to hire for full
hours or part time.
Chicago: 1 person, 60-80 hours total
DC: 1 person, 60-80 hours total
New Orleans: 1 person, 60-80 hours total
New York City: 1 person, 60-80 hours total
Duration: This position will be from August 7th – 30th. If you are available for the majority of this time,
but not the entire time, please apply anyways.
Rate: $22 an hour

Posted by Avodah on June 14, 2024


Religious School and Hebrew Teachers

Let’s inspire the next generation of Jewish learners together!
Are you passionate about igniting young minds with the richness of Jewish culture and language? Do you bring a blend of expertise, humor, and positivity to your teaching? If so, we want you to join our dynamic team at Temple Emanuel Religious School (TERS) for the upcoming 2024-2025 academic year.
At TERS, we uphold three fundamental values: Limmud (Learning), Kehillah (Community), and Ruach (Spirit/Identity). Our school is enriched by the active participation of our clergy and shaliach (Israel emissary). Additionally, our community includes enthusiastic teens who assist as madrichol (classroom aides) and MITs (madrichol-in-training).
We are seeking teachers for:
Sundays:
Jewish Studies (9:00 AM-11:30 AM)
Hebrew, and Hebrew Enrichment (12:00 PM-1:30 PM). Enrichment staff will assist in setting up Hebrew learning stations and provide one-on-one Hebrew practice to students.
Tuesdays
In-Person Hebrew (5:30 PM-7:30 PM)
Upper School – 9th Grade (5:30 PM-7:30 PM)
We offer a competitive salary (starting at $35/hour, depending on experience), inclusive of paid professional development and paid time off. We empower our teachers with training, resources, and curriculum support. It takes a village to teach the Torah!
Conveniently located in Kensington, MD on Connecticut Avenue, Temple Emanuel is easily accessible from the DC Beltway.
Temple Emanuel prides itself on being a vibrant, inclusive, and caring Reform congregation. Diversity is at the heart of our community, welcoming Jews by birth, Jews by choice, interfaith families, members of color, LGBTQ+ individuals, and those with different abilities. Together, we celebrate the richness of our Jewish faith.
For more information about joining our team, please contact lnaide@templeemanuelmd.org.

Posted by Temple Emanuel Religious School, Temple Emanuel of Kensington on June 14, 2024


Springboard Fellow at Johns Hopkins Hillel

What You’ll Do

Support student-initiated programs and serve as a Jewish resource to students and student groups
Recruit and Teach Jewish Learning Fellowships.
Help craft and implement the annual cycle of Jewish holidays and Shabbat programming.
Provide Jewish students of diverse backgrounds and identities with a sense of belonging to the larger Jewish community on campus
Meet with students from different cohorts and demographics on campus to engage them, identify their interests and connect to opportunities.
Meet with students to help connect them with leadership roles in Hillel.
Work closely with the Director of Engagement to develop and execute a general strategy for programming and engagement.
Support recruitment for events, special programs and trips, including Birthright Israel, MTF and Alternative Spring Break.
Cultivate one-on-one relationships with Jewish students by meeting them where they live, work, study, and/or socialize.
Please note: Due to the nature of Jewish student life at Hopkins, during the semesters this position will require several nights/weekends, including for Shabbat and holidays.

Who You Are

You’re A Relationship-Builder: You thrive on meeting new people, understanding their interests, and forging meaningful connections.
You’re A Collaborative Team Player: You enjoy working collaboratively with a team to solve problems and explore new initiatives.
You’re A Passionate Learner: You love learning and continuously building up your Jewish knowledge.
You’re an Innovative Educator: You believe in infusing education into captivating experiences that stimulate the imagination.
You’re A Facilitator: You thrive in creating spaces for students to converse, share ideas, and explore and develop their own ideas on relevant issues.
You’re A Recent College Grad: Whatever your degree, you are excited about Jewish life on campus and have experience as a participant and maybe even as an educator in a Jewish educational setting.
You’re A Creative Thinker: You are constantly reimagining the ordinary, seeking ways to repurpose and improve things.
You’re A Bold Visionary: Think big and creatively, viewing everything as a possibility and embracing a risk-taking, entrepreneurial spirit.
~You’re A Springboard Fellow ~

What You’ll Bring to the Job

0 -3 years professional work experience
Bachelor’s degree
This is an in-person role location in Baltimore, Maryland; remote work is not available for this position
An outgoing, welcoming, warm, and inclusive personality.
Excitement to work within a pluralistic Jewish community.
Ability to identify challenges and a willingness to offer solutions as part of a team.
A strong self-motivated, flexible and resilient work ethic.
Confidence initiating and running programs, and serving as the lead staff.
Exceptional time management and organizational skills
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Basic social media skills, and ability to assist with marketing for the purpose of student outreach.
What You’ll Receive

Competitive salary in the nonprofit marketplace. The salary range for this role is $44,000 – $46,000 in year one of the Fellowship, and the salary range is $46,500- $47,500 in year two of the Fellowship.
A comprehensive benefits package, including health insurance, retirement plan, Life, AD&D and Long Term Disability (LTD) insurances, Flexible Spending accounts, vacation/sick time, and parental leave.
High-level professional development to help develop core skills in experiential education, including learning from some of the most innovative organizations in Jewish education today.
$3,200 in professional development funds from the Springboard Fellowship to utilize over the course of two years.
Intensive Jewish summer and year-long learning experiences that will provide you with the knowledge, passion, and critical tool kit to fuel your work building our Jewish communities.
Mentoring and career coaching to help you during and after your Fellowship.
A network of terrific colleagues from across the Hillel movement.
Travel opportunities, both domestically and internationally, multiple times per year (if permitted).

Posted by Johns Hopkins University Hillel on June 7, 2024


BBYO Genesis Fellow- DC Council

Start Date: July 1st, 2024 *2-year Fellowship program (July 1, 2024-June 30, 2026) with the ability to apply for permanent roles after fellowship completion.

Are you ready to launch your career in an organization that values community, is guided by Jewish values, and ensures our newest professionals have a head-start in a competitive job market? Are you interested in travelling and learning new skills to use inside or out of the Jewish professional space? Are you hoping to effectively build your global network quicky while doing great work in the world? If so, read on because BBYO is looking for awesome talent to join our inaugural BBYO Genesis Fellowship program.

BBYO fellows play a key role in the success of BBYO by working closely with teens in cities across the United States to create strong programs, develop leadership skills, and make their chapters great. This is an amazing opportunity to make an impact by engaging with and inspiring Jewish teens to do great things.

You:

You love working with teens. You’re creative, quick on your feet, and you like your job to change every day. You’re not the kind of person who wants to sit behind a desk. You have an infectious personality, and you love getting others to join you in changing the world. You’re a problem solver and you’re good at juggling multiple priorities at once.

Us:

We’re a global network of passionate professionals excited to make a difference in the lives of Jewish teens. We are the Jewish community’s largest and fastest growing pluralistic platform for reaching and inspiring Jewish teens during the school year with 600 teen-led local chapters and over 100 weekend retreats along with a plethora of summer experiences including Israel visits, global travel programs and leadership camps. We work as a strong and inclusive team and every day is different by design. We are fast-paced, high energy and results driven.

What You’ll Get to Do as a BBYO Fellow:

-Work directly with teens (grades 8-12) to create impactful, fun and dynamic programs
-Mentor teens and deliver leadership training
-Work with teens to attract and retain members to build and grow chapters
-Guide teens in establishing an annual calendar for each chapter that drives engagement and recruitment through meaningful programming
-Build and maintain relationships with all key community stakeholders
-Recruit new members to join BBYO and to attend summer programs
-Facilitate the planning process, alongside teen leadership, and colleagues, for regional programs including overnight conventions
-Work alongside colleagues to bring new, innovative, and fun ideas to the community
-Attend summer camp (but this time you’re in charge!) as you direct teen leadership programs
-Manage the region’s email inbox and assist with mass communication tools including but not limited to council emails, social media, and phone follow-ups
-Track regional data such as membership, prospects, and program logistics

What You’ll Learn and Experience as a BBYO Fellow:
-How to run a small business as you develop skills in budgeting, membership, marketing, sales, HR, and event planning
-Rotate within a variety of BBYO departments to learn different areas of the business and build your resume
-How to analyze and track data to drive decision making
-Global thinking as you work with an international team across organizational and geographical boundaries
-Influence and leadership acumen as you inspire others to action
-Relationship building as you network with and travel to other BBYO communities
-Receive private professional coaching and cohort experience

Job Requirements:
-0-3 years of work experience
-A bachelor’s degree or higher
-Experience with youth or teens is preferred
-Organized with an attention to detail
-Ability to be flexible in geographic placement. Placements will be communicated between April 30th, 2024-July 1st, 2024.
-Attend BBYO’s staff conference each year and staff BBYO’s International Convention each year.
-Ability to travel as needed and to staff a summer leadership program at a location in the U.S. for 2-3 weeks during summer 2026.
-Ability to travel as needed and to staff a summer leadership program in Israel or elsewhere abroad. for 2-3 weeks during summer 2025. Fellows will staff a BBYO international experience, and then stay for a cohort experience.
-Unrestricted authorization to work in the U.S. without holding a visa or sponsorship.
-To perform this job successfully, the individual must be able to perform each essential duty/function with or without reasonable accommodation in accordance with applicable law.
-Ability to provide own transportation to and from local office and programming.

Benefits of Working for BBYO:
-Health, Dental, Vision, Short- & Long-Term Disability, and 2.5x Salary Life Insurance
-Unlimited paid time off (PTO)
-22 Paid Secular and Jewish Holidays
-Flexible Work Environment
-Generous 403b and Roth Retirement Plan with Vested Match
-You’ll find friends, mentors, and a place where you can have fun, learn, grow, celebrate your Jewish identity, give back to your community, bring out the best in others, and, most important, be yourself.

We are committed to enhancing the Jewish experience, valuing diversity, providing equal opportunity, and maintaining an environment free from discrimination or harassment. BBYO is an equal opportunity employer and committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity by complying with all applicable laws which prohibit discrimination and harassment of any type in the workplace. Thus, BBYO strictly prohibits discrimination or harassment based on race, color, national origin, religion, age, sex, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law in all terms, conditions and privileges of employment, including without limitation, recruiting, hiring, assignment, compensation, promotion, training, wage and salary, benefits, discipline, and termination.

Posted by BBYO on May 22, 2024


Judaic and Hebrew Teachers, Congregation B’nai Shalom of Olney

Religious School Teachers Needed

Position Judaic and Hebrew Teachers for K-7 grade

Organization Type Synagogue

Congregation B’nai Shalom of Olney, a Conservative congregation in Olney, MD is seeking to hire the following part-time teaching positions for the 2024-25 school year beginning at the end of August:
Sundays from 9:00 am – 11:30 am:
Judaic’s Teachers K-7 Grade
Hebrew Teachers for 3-6 Grade Tuesdays/Wednesdays from 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

We are looking for engaging teachers who love teaching Hebrew & Judaic and are great team players. Our Hebrew classes require Hebrew knowledge, as well as knowledge of T’fillah.

JOB EXPECTATIONS
• Fulfilling all teaching duties.
• Following the curriculum.
• Planning for lessons and preparing all materials prior to class.
• Assisting in the planning and implementation of grade-level Family Education programs.
• Meeting with or calling students or parents as necessary before or after class sessions.
• Respond promptly to parent phone calls and/or e-mails.
• Keeping accurate attendance records and contacting parents when students are absent.
• Actively participating in teacher training sessions as required.
• Submitting two emergency sub plans for each class taught.
• Attending programs that involve their grade level(s) such as Family Shabbat services, Family Education programs, special activities, and inter-school programs.
• Communicating curriculum, class, and school/congregational activities with all parents by email weekly.
• Attending Teacher Orientation to be scheduled in August 2024

QUALIFICATIONS
• A love of working with kids!
• Passion for Judaism and Jewish education.
• Knowledge of Jewish traditions and values, as well as the willingness to learn and grow.
• Teaching experience preferred.

COMPENSATION
This is a part-time position with a starting salary range of $25 per hour, depending on experience and qualification. You are also paid for some planning time and any extra time you are asked to work, including meetings, training, and other in-service sessions.

INTERESTED???

Please send cover letter and resume to meira.meltzer@bnaishalomofolney.org

Posted by Congregation B’nai Shalom of Olney on May 16, 2024


Program Associate, 4Front

Looking for a job that gives you the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of Jewish teens and prioritize your own professional growth and development as a Jewish educator? The Program Associate role is a unique position that develops creative, outside-the-box educators and empowers them to lead and grow our next generation of changemakers through a global fellowship and service-oriented teen opportunities. The Program Associate will spend the majority of their time on the Diller Teen Fellows program while also supporting additional Jewish teen programs and engagement, including leading a Teen Service Council.

The Program Associate is responsible for engaging Baltimore’s Jewish 11th Graders in an innovative, inspiring year-long program, including recruitment, curriculum adaptation, mentoring, and leading monthly workshops, Shabbatons, and travel to Israel. The Baltimore Diller Teen Fellows program at 4Front is part of a global network of 32 communities, 16 in the Diaspora and 16 in Israel. The Fellowship focuses on the development of Jewish identity, leadership, and Israel-Diaspora connections, and Tikkun Olam.

This position includes tremendous opportunity for professional development through multiple growth-oriented opportunities throughout the year, including both national and international conferences annually. The Program Associate engages in Diller International’s immersive professional development seminars three times per year along with other Diller educators from across the U.S., Canada, South Africa, Australia, South America, Europe and Israel. This is in preparation for managing and leading seminars with the teen fellows, including our 3-week trip to Israel in the summer.

The Program Associate will also lead and facilitate 4Front’s Teen Service Council, a leadership opportunity for teens in 9th and 10th grade. Throughout the year, teens will engage in monthly workshops to build valuable, real-world skills and collaborate with peers to create meaningful opportunities for the teen community. Council members will learn about issues facing our Baltimore community and how Jewish values can inform action towards a more just world. With newly built skills, fellows will create four service days for the larger Baltimore teen community and share their knowledge to help others give back.

The Program Associate is an active member of the innovative 4Front team and is encouraged to think creatively about implementing a vision for more engaged Jewish teens throughout Jewish Baltimore.

4Front is the Baltimore Jewish community’s comprehensive teen initiative, managed by the JCC of Greater Baltimore. Based on four pillars, advocate, innovate, educate, and collaborate, 4Front serves as a gathering place and open channel for Baltimore’s Jewish teens and the adults who care about them. Here, teens are encouraged to explore their Judaism in ways that are meaningful to them. Our organizational culture values innovation, creativity, and risk taking. We’re looking for someone who can create transformative experiences for teens.

Posted by 4Front Baltimore on May 7, 2024


2024-2025 Religious School Staff

Join our amazing team at Shaare Torah, a warm and inclusive Conservative synagogue in Gaithersburg, MD! As our religious school program expands, we’re excited to welcome passionate college students to join our dedicated teaching staff.

At Nesiyah, Shaare Torah’s religious school, we’re all about creating dynamic learning experiences. No teaching experience? No problem! If you have a love for Judaism and Jewish education, we want you on our team. We value hands-on learning and welcome candidates comfortable working with neurodiverse children.

Classes run on Sundays, midweek afternoons, and select Shabbat mornings, both in-person and online. Whether your passion lies in Arts, Sports, Nature, Music, Theater, Hebrew, or Rabbinic Texts, we’re actively seeking individuals to integrate their expertise into our ready-to-go curriculum.

We have openings for Classroom Teachers, Elective (Chug) Teachers, Songleader/Music Specialists, and Inclusion Specialists for the 2024-2025 school year. And here’s the bonus: we offer a stipend for travel for college students!

In addition to competitive pay, we provide opportunities for professional growth and a supportive community.

Ready to make a difference? Send your resume to Leah Miller, Director of Family Education & Engagement, at lmiller@shaaretorah.org. Join us in our inclusive and innovative school community!

Posted by Shaare Torah Congregation on May 3, 2024


Graphic designer

Hi, We at Makom are going to design our own unique Megilat-Ester for Purim. Do you want to design it for us? Email me at iaharonovich@makomlife.org. Looking forward to hearing from you, Iris.

Posted by Makom on April 30, 2024


Gig opportunity – Torah Leining on weekends – $500 per leining starting 6/15/2024

Small egalitarian shul is looking for a bal koreh to lein on Shabbos mornings. Must be able to lein proficiently from torah scroll/klaf. Payment will be $500.00 for leining. Housing accommodations/food/meals with a local shomer shabbos/kashrut family will be provided free of charge.

Posted by Congregation K'neseth Israel on April 27, 2024


Internship at Makom

Hey there, students!
Are you on the hunt for an internship where you can really make a difference in the community? Well, look no further! We’ve got just the place for you, where the spirit of giving back and welcoming others is at the core of everything we do.
We’re currently on the lookout for students from various majors, including:
Journalism
Production
Filming
Video making
Theology
There’s a wide array of opportunities waiting for you to explore, where you can not only learn but also unleash your creativity.
Excited to dive in? Drop a line to Iris Aharonovich at iaharonovich@makomlife.org and let’s get this journey started!

Posted by Makom on April 19, 2024


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